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The Stress Rejecters NationFebruary - March 2012
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St. Valentine's Day Stress Rejecters
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 People in the Spotlight Under Stress:
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Whitney Houston's angelic voice could not save her from a stressful and ultimately tragic end to her life. The world was shocked to hear of her death. She was too talented, beautiful, and young to die. Her rise to fame and icon status is well documented but there is little recognition of how being in the spotlight with its pressures as well as other stressors unseen by the public led to her death.  Hans Seyle's stages of stress called the General Adaptation Syndrome (GAS) can shine some light on her fight with stress. The Stages are... Read more 

Ain- Select and Maintain Your Own Roses

Getting Over the "Stress" of St. Valentine's Day

By Ain Modeira Baderinwa (B. Annette Daughtry)


Advertised as the day set aside for "lovers," St. Valentine's Day can be even more stressful than the Christmas holiday season. This overly commercialized day has all the "hype" of Christmas and could leave you with feelings of anxiety and worthlessness if your faith is misguided. Misguidance can lead you to cliché "expectations." Were you expecting any of the following-a card, flowers, chocolate, dinner, jewelry, time alone with him (or her)-and nothing, not even an acknowledgement, came your way? If this happened, then you may need to find a way to get rid of the stress that the can be caused by the feeling of being "'let down."  Read more 


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I started my path of true "Stress Rejection" about 2 years ago.  I had reached a point where things had begun to overwhelm me.  Work, family, relationships, etc...The main stressors I guess you could say. I didn't know how to effectively deal with things and I felt obligated to help everyone and I had been neglecting myself. Not fully aware that the things I was doing were bringing mounds of stress in my life. All I knew was that I felt horrible and I needed a change. Read more 



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